Nigel -

Your second command to insert new begins with $('messageLbl').  Shouldn't
that begin with $(scoreForm') since you're trying to add a new input element
of type 'text'?


On Sep 11, 2010 7:12 AM, "" <> wrote:

Blaine - Thanks for responding.

Exactly. When I type the text into the field it does not appear. I can
focus it but I cannot type into it.

The browser I'm using is Safari 5.0.1.

Copy and pasting the source doesn't help. I use the index page only to
load up the js libraries and some css. I have simplified the code down
so that I can give a simple presentation of the issue. I am just
extract code into a seperate application and see if this gives a good

Basically this is part of a stand alone game developed with phonegap
to run on webOS, iOS and android.

I am currently introducing some networking capability for a score

I can post to my rails server controller/model if I hard code the
input element values. I can also get data. I do not use the rails

I guess you do not see something obvious in the code below. That's all
I wanted to check. Was I doing something stupid because I am new to

Looking at Web Inspector I notice that the contentEditable property is
set to false for the input elements. Should this be true?

I'll take on board your advice.


On Sep 10, 7:38 pm, Blaine <> wrote:
> When you say "input does not work", ...

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